Villas Picalu B&B Boutique
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Great little B&B, with clean, simple rooms, wonderful hosts and a central location.
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... for 3 karaoke songs. One of the hosts goes first and... EEEEEEEEEEK, their karaoke is the "1994 MIDI file" type of karaoke. Sabrina is annoyed at me for being such a diva, but I am refusing to sing with such ****** music tracks (and half the words misspelled). FOOFER, bring your business to Mexico, you'll make tons of money!!!
It's Sunday so there isn't much to do after the show. They have some poker and Texas Hold'em tables but neither Sabrina or I ...
... nearly broke my neck:( Next we did the raft in under ground caves. U push them along with paddles strapped to your hands. We did ok after we got the hang of it. But at one point we had to go under a really low bit and we couldn't lay down low enough so the bloody thing tipped up and we ended up in the water, was so funny Next we did the swim in the underground caves it's really pretty down there wiv all the rock formations hanging down, and it's all lit up. It's gorgeous. ...
... a look around. Came back with water shoes. Success.
Nate partook in a game (or six) of beach volleyball while I enjoyed a pedicure on the beach... Scrub, cuticles, polish... I really have the DIY kit down to a science. Yes, they do have a spa here, but hey. We then took a drive with Jesus down to the local jewellery factory, which was just gleaming with shiny things. We ...
... In the afternoon we cycled to our first "Cenote" (sink hole) for a swim with the turtles. The Yucutan Peninsular is a honeycomb of caves and underground rivers and many of these have been turned into local tourist attractions.
The next day we got up early to see the ruins before the crowds arrived. We were the second couple to enter at 8am and the Mayan ruins are stunningly placed on cliffs above the beach.
We went back to the Hostel for breakfast and after that, we went ...
... swimming across it and back into the other side of the cave. Michael suggested we all turn our torches off for a minute. I was last to put mine off and I reckon I turned it back on about 1 or 2 seconds later haha. It was horrible! I have never experienced darkness like it, it freaked me out! We walked through most of this part as there wasn't much water here, until we came to the opening of the cave and we were back in the woods. I really wished I had a waterproof camera so ...